Life Is Weird /2

23rd May 2010

Venue: Screen 2

Time: 2.30-3.30 pm

Length: 1 hour

A collection of films to make you go ‘hmmm’. Inspiring and intriguing moving image work and music promo films from UCLan students on experimental film and music promo modules

My Woollen Scarf, Dir. Sofia Hericson, 4’44”
Glorious Super 8 personal documentary. Nominated for the Caroline Harerra Award

Ailsa, Dir. Phil McMillan
More innovative, experimental documentary...
10000 Dukes of York, Dir. Sofie Nelson, 6’56”
Experimental dance piece, only for the headstrong!
 
When you live in a city... you need music, Dir. Rob Strong, 5’33”
The title says it all, headphones, music
 
Lily’s Tale, Dir. Sian Molloy, 4’06”
Animated tale, loosely modelled on Greek mythology
Ginger, Dir. Peter Kolade, 2’
Scratch video meets 16mm found footage in this Black Beauty Mashup
 
What do you see when your Eyes are Shut, Dir. Phil McMillan, 3’
More innovative, experimental documentary
To Come Forwards, Go Backwards... Dir: Justin Horton
Michel Gondry inspired fast-forward & rewind madness...
 
Christ on a Bike, Dir. Alan Gillhespy, 4’
Rotoscoped (hand crafted!) music promo for local band
The Flags of the Soviet Republic
 
And then it went Blue, Dir Shauna O’Brien, 4’
A dream sequence Music Video for local band Boy Del Mundo
 
Tryptich, Dir. Ian Armer, 4’45”
A three part personal diary...
 
How to Digest a House, Dir. Alan Gillhespy, 3’30”
Svankmajer inspired pixellation movie. It’s dinnertime!
 
XYZ=A, Dir. Victor Ivanov, 4’
Extremely high production values in an experimental piece between pop promo and anger management
 
The Sylvia Plath Effect, Dir. Adrian Nixon, 4’
Romance driven narrative promo for local band The Underdogs


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